Re: history questions: meat, siberian land bridge, horses in th
Sun, 15 Dec 96 22:15:45 GMT
On 12/14/96 2:43AM, in message <32B25A9B.785C@uwyo.edu>, Rich Travsky
> Tuohy wrote:
> > [...]
> >>For those coming in late, this does not refer to poor peasantry, but
> >>to some (IM-not-at-all-HO) mythical time before we learned to throw
> >>rocks. I have never heard anything that would indicate that any
> >>creature that could be called Human was strictly vegatarian.
> >Before we learned to hunt we were.Sure this was a long time ago,and we
> >all ran around naked,and this is before fire.But it happened.
> "Before we learned to hunt"? How much is needed to accomplish that?
> even chimps have learned to hunt.
> Nor does your scenario address scavenging and finds of opportunity.
> I sincerely doubt early humans would pass up a free meal.
Yes, I think most of us would be amazed at what a hungry person is capable of